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Main question is : Can I use this downloaded kernel source from http://opensource.samsung.com/ to create kernel for other model (e.g Galaxy Mini GT-S5570 code name TASS) if ihave :
  1. GT-S5360_GB_Opensource_Update3.zip
  2. And because i saw "bcm21553_tassve_defconfig" in folder /Kernel_GTS5360/common/arch/arm/configs
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No. Galaxy Y chipset and Galaxy Mini (not the i variant) have different chipset.
So, 497 Mb unpacked kernel source is just for 4 or 5 Mb boot.img , Wow...such a huge shrink. Thanks.
 
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So, 497 Mb unpacked kernel source is just for 4 or 5 Mb boot.img , Wow...such a huge shrink. Thanks.
It's just for Galaxy Y.
Don't talk about HTC One X and Galaxy S 4/5
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Sorry ... I don't mean to OFF TOPIC just try to understand what all those extracted file's purpose and to start learning kernel development. I'm new on this thing. And i have most comfortable ROM for my galaxy Y, but this ROM is perfect with stock kernel and stock kernel lack on init.d support, swap support. This is why i want to start to build my own kernel.
 
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Sorry ... I don't mean to OFF TOPIC just try to understand what all those extracted file's purpose and to start learning kernel development. I'm new on this thing. And i have most comfortable ROM for my galaxy Y, but this ROM is perfect with stock kernel and stock kernel lack on init.d support, swap support. This is why i want to start to build my own kernel.
You don't need init.d support on a kernel. Download Init.d toggler from play store.

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Hi have u fixed this?if not can you show me the path u put in make file,
Ya I fixed it. It wasn't a path issue, it was a permission issue.

I tried to compile in mint. Now I am getting

hostcc BASIC/scripts/fixdep.c not found

I fixed it and I forgot what fix was it.😈

After fixing that I got

make execvp:cc1 not found.
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